LOVETTA RELEASES “HAVIN’ A GOOD TIME” OUT EVERYWHERE
Lovetta states, “I wrote Havin’ a Good Time when I was feeling particularly overwhelmed with life. Everything felt chaotic and I couldn’t seem to catch up with what was happening around me in my career, social life, and love life. I found myself daydreaming of the past and longing for things I didn’t have. Taking a moment to really look around I realized how lucky I was, and how much fun life can be even when everything around you seems to be crumbling.”
Meet Lovetta, the alter-ego of Roanoke’s Taylor Dupuis. Her brand of indie pop music is emotive and opulent, decorated by tenderly raw, relatable lyrics and topped with feminine empowerment. While it’s perhaps a stereotypical Midwesterner trait but Lovetta, who hails from Michigan, writes earnestly and with little restraint. With Lovetta, Taylor feels the freedom to confront her emotions and experience catharsis within her songwriting. She braves the exploration of themes of love (positive and negative — with everything in-between), empowerment, and self-discovery with an untamed and authentic approach. Her resilience shines through in her music and is reinforced with honest lyrics. Wearing her wild heart on her sleeve, she aims to encourage others to permit themselves to live —really live — as authentically and romantically as her music reveals her life experiences to be.